Alfred E. Dunlop (Ed.):
Proceedings of the 30th Design Automation Conference. Dallas, Texas, USA, June 14-18, 1993.
ACM Press 1993, ISBN 0-89791-577-1
30. DAC 1993:
Dallas, Texas, USA
Asynchronous Circuit Design
Sequential Circuit Analysis and Optimization
Fast Algorithm for Layout Analysis
Increasing Design Quality and Engineering Productivity through Design Reuse
New Ideas in Technology Mapping
Timing Estimation and Verification
: What is the Next Big Productivity Boost for Designers? (Panel Abstract).
Optimization of Analog Circuits
: Logic Emulation: A Niche or a Future Standard for Design Verification? (Panel Abstract).
Optimal Tree Construction
High Level Design Implementation
Technology Mapping for FPGAS and Layout
Design for Test
Extending the Applicability of BDDs
System Implementation Issues
: Embedded Systems and Hardware-Software Co-Design: Panacea or Pandora's Box? (Panel Abstract).
FPGA Layout and Partitioning
EDAC User Session
, Rajiv Jain
: Estimating Architectural Resources and Performance for High-Level Synthesis Applications.
Simulation and Analysis of Digital Circuits
Issues in System Design
Testing of Delay and Bridging Faults
Retiming and Timing Analysis in Sequential Synthesis
Fault Simulation and Diagnosis
Placement and Floorplanning
: A Bounded 2D Contour Searching Algorithm for Floorplan Design with Arbitrarily Shaped Rectilinear and Soft Modules.
Practical Design and Validation Techniques
Retiming and Scheduling
Michael C. McFarland
: Military to Commercial Conversion: Is it Necessary, Is it Practical, Is it Possible? (Panel Abstract).
: Multi-vendor Tool Integration Experiences (Panel Abstract).
Advances in Logic Synthesis
Infrastructure from Process to Debugging
High Speed Interconnects Analysis
Electrical Modeling and Simulation
John A. Darringer
: Where in the World Should CAD Software be Made? (Panel Abstract).
, M'Lissa Smith
: A Parallel Bottom-Up Clustering Algorithm with Applications to Circuit Partitioning in VLSI Design.
: The Key to EDA Results: Component & Library Management (Panel Abstract).